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Janina Luciano, DVM with canine friendsDr. Janina Luciano spent most of her childhood abroad and now considers Chicago her home. She received her undergraduate degree in Biology in 2006 from Rochester Institute of Technology (R.I.T) in Rochester, New York. She spent the next several years working in peripheral nerve transplant research at Washington University in Saint Louis and then brain cancer research at Northwestern University. She then received her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine (DVM) from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine. After veterinary school, she moved back home to work in a general practice and emergency clinic in downtown Chicago.

Dr. Luciano strives to provide a high standard of medical care with compassion and empathy for the families that she serves. Her special interests include dentistry, surgery, and emergency medicine. She is particularly passionate about brachycephalic syndrome management for flat-faced dog breeds, such as bulldogs and pugs.

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265 S River Road
Des Plaines, IL 60016
P: (847) 299-0135
F: (847) 299-2164

July 1-31, 2017

Pet MicrochipGet Microchip Placement From HomeAgain for just $40.00
(Includes 1-year upgrade registration)

  • It’s as easy & quick like getting a vaccine
  • Can be done at any time
  • Protects your pet if they get lost
  • Permanent ID, cannot fall off or be removed

Call Wright Now to schedule an appointment 847-299-0135.

Here are some frequently asked questions regarding microchipping:

Having a microchip implanted will hurt my pet?
No anesthetic is required for a microchip The microchip comes preloaded in a sterile applicator and is injected under the loose skin between the shoulder blades. The process takes only a few seconds, and your pet will not react any more than he/she would to a vaccination.

Get $5 off Fecal AG testing in June 2017

Announcing the next generation of fecal testing! Our new Fecal Antigen testing can identify the three most common intestinal parasites in pets: roundworms, hook worms and whipworm; can detect worms in present stages, and reduces frequency of environmental contaminations.

dog and catEach year, dogs and cats come into contact with some form of parasite, either through taking a walk, traveling, going to the beach, making contact with other pets, wild life, potting soil, and so on. It is highly recommended to have your pet’s stool checked once a year as prevention. It doesn't matter if your pet stays indoors or just goes in the back yard – parasites are everywhere! Many boarding, grooming, training groups, and associations require testing before joining any activity.

Even though your pet’s stool may seem normal, intestinal parasites could still be present. Call us at (847) 299-0135 today to schedule your pet's visit and get an AG stool test! We are offering $5 off all tests taken June 1-30, 2017.

clay paw printWright Animal Hospital now offers commemorative clay paw print kits for your pets!

It’s a great way to preserve the memories and mark milestones of different stages of life, from puppyhood to adulthood, to those precious senior years. Each paw print will have its own unique markings. It also makes a great gift for the upcoming Father’s Day, or any occasion!

For more information and pricing, please speak to one of our friendly Client Care Specialists at (847) 299-0135.

Now offering laser therapy for pets!We are thrilled to announce that we now offer laser therapy for pets!

Laser therapy is a surgery-free, drug-free, and non-invasive treatment to relieve pain for pets. Whether your pet is rehabilitating from trauma or injury, healing from wounds, or simply aging, the laser has been shown to provide relief and speed healing. 

cat friendly practiceWright Animal Hospital has been approved by the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) as a Cat Friendly Practice – Silver Status!

According to the AAFP, even though there are millions more pet cats than there are pet dogs in the United States, cats visit the veterinarian much less frequently. This is largely because of the stress that comes with vet visits for cats and their owners.

At Wright Animal Hospital, we strive to make your visit to the doctor with your feline companion as stress-free as possible. We offer a full range of preventive care services to keep your cat living a longer, happier life – as well as a feline-only waiting area and a feline-exclusive exam room!

We are committed to your cat's health. Call us at (847) 299-0135 if you have questions about the AAFP's Cat Friendly Practice Program or the services we provide our feline patients.

Our team of veterinary professionals is dedicated to delivering the best customer service and compassionate care to you and your pets.

Veterinary Technician Anna with Dog FrankieAnna has worked for over 30 years as a certified veterinary technician and has been at Wright Animal Hospital since 1981. She was born and raised in the Chicagoland area.

Anna is active in showing her English Setters and is a member of two all breed clubs, as well as national, local and foreign English Setter clubs. Currently serving on the board of directors of most of these clubs, Anna is also a founding member of the Chicagoland Ring Stewards Association.

 

Veterinary Assistant Pat with Cat MingPat grew up in Marquette, Michigan. She attended the Bel Rae Institute of Technology in Denver, Colorado and received her degree in 1981. In 1982, Pat moved to the Chicagoland area and began working as a veterinary technician at Wright Animal Hospital. She has a special interest and training in surgery, radiology, endoscopy, and ultrasound. She also has experience in administering chemotherapy and caring for hospitalized patients.

In her spare time, Pat likes to work out at the gym and spend quality time with her cat Ming.